Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam


  ITC (IDW) Leon D. Moore

Senior Enlisted Leader

Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Guam



      Chief Moore is a native of Ypsilanti, Michigan.  In March of 1996, he began his active duty career in the United States Navy. Upon completion of Recruit Training in Great Lakes, Illinois, he attended Basic Enlisted Submarine School (BESS) and Submarine Navigation ET‘A’ School pipe-line training in Groton, CT.

He reported to USS JACKSONVILLE (SSN 699) home-ported in Norfolk, Virginia.  Completed two Mediterranean deployments, and cross-rated to the communications division.  His next assignment was Naval Submarine School Groton, CT for Submarine Communications ET “C” school pipe-line training.   

Next, he transferred to USS SCRANTON (SSN 756) as a member of the communications division and completed a Mediterranean surge deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and a Depot Modernization Period.

Chief Moore transferred to Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force (COMOPTEVFOR) Norfolk, Virginia as Operational Test Director for Trident Integrated Program (TIP), Submarine High Data Rate (SubHDR), Submarine Operation Authority programs (SUBOPAUTH).

Next, he transferred to the USS TOPEKA (SSN 765) home-ported in San Diego, California. He served as communications division Leading Petty Officer onboard. On September 2007, he was advanced to Chief Petty Officer and completed a Western Pacific Deployment.  

Chief Moore reported to Norfolk Ship Support Activity Norfolk, Virginia as Field Service Engineer for Submarine Local Area Network and Leading Chief Petty Officer for Security, Public Affairs, and Transportation Departments. In August 2012, he joined the Enlisted Information Dominance Community.

On March 2013, he reported to Naval Computer Telecommunications Station Guam and assumed the position of Security Management Departmental Leading Chief Petty Officer. He earned the Enlisted Information Dominance Warfare Specialist (EIDWS) qualification. On January 2014, he assumed the position as Command Senior Enlisted Leader.

Chief Moore holds an Associate in Applied Science from Thomas Edison State College. He completed the Senior Enlisted Leadership course at Naval Justice School and Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military courses.

His personal awards include the Navy Achievement Medal (3), and various units, campaign and service awards.